Norwich City head coach David Wagner says his side lost control of the game as the Canaries drew 2-2 at struggling QPR in the Championship.
Wagner spoke to BBC Radio Norfolk after the game, he said:
"The biggest challenge was to stay calm and I think we a lost a little bit of control on the game after we got the lead - in terms of having good ball possession in attack.
"After we conceded I think we were better again and had our chances as well. We have to play better with the final pass, or the pass before the final pass."
He continued, "So a lot of things were OK and good today, but a few things we should have done better. At the end of the day, we got a result we will live with, a point away from home makes it clear what you have to do at home."
City host Watford on Tuesday (19.45 GMT) before Cardiff come to Carrow Road on Saturday (15.00 GMT).